My entry for the 2010 Moc Athalon in the category of "Mech" for Team Pride. Enjoy!
About this creation
I am the Enforcer! Fear my powerful mechanical being!
Check out my torso-it's pretty nice.
I get tired easily though, I need to sit down.
Oh ya get in for the close-up.
My feet are the best part about me!
My claws can basically shred through anything.
Hi I'm Sam and I've heard all about your greatness. Nice to meet you.
This picture is a tribute to Yuri Fassio's Grond V2a.
Warning: The next pictures are for comedic purposes only. Please enjoy.
You think your cool?
Take this man!
Here is the carnage.
Builder's Commentary: This creation started off with the feet, but I really couldn't build anything I was happy about. In the end I moderately satisfied with the results, but not completely. After the contest is over, I will definitely try my hand at a new mech. The best part about this was definitely the satisfaction of punching it in the face.
I smashed my first mech, "Bubblegum," about twelve times before it really came together, and that was a WIP for 2 months! While the judges are right and a few things are a little awkward here, your effort really shows and you earned some decent scoring for it. Keep at it!
You did a nice job on the various elements; however, something seemed to go sideways when you brought them together. The proportions all seem to be off, making for an awkward looking mech. Three (3) points. lee.
I think what really brings a mech together is some sort of theme or purpose. This just seems like a giant robot. Didn't really wow me in any way, but you clearly spent some time and put some thought into the connections and build. 3 points.
Hilarious beatdown! I get the same dilemna when building under pressure - not enough time to polish the build. But at what point is good 'good enough'? I think this mech is good enough to garner some decent points. Cool mech name, BTW ... XD